Nestled amongst 400-year-old olive trees, this traditional Italian masseria offers a serene hideaway and high standard modern comforts for a peaceful family or friends holiday.
Situated in the heart of the Salento countryside, Masseria il Trullino is close to the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea and the regional capital, Lecce—also known as "the Florence of the South". The property was completed in November 2008, crafted by artisans from Pietra Leccese, using the local stone, employing traditional techniques and featuring impressive stellar ceilings.
The masseria, a u-shape, one-floor building, is built in a traditional layout with all rooms opening onto the internal large courtyard—the heart of the masseria.
Dinner is served "Al Fresco" (in the open air), and can be eaten in the garden or under an olive tree (you can choose from 200 of them). There is a gas outdoor barbecue, fresh vegetables and herbs from the vegetable garden, and a beautiful roof terrace for aperitifs at sunset with a spectacular view.